Discover more about Tibet

“A Lake on the Roof of the World”

The autonomous region of Tibet is located at the main part of Qinghai-Tibet plateau, south-West frontier of China. Tibet borders with Sichuan, Yuannan, Qinghai and Xinjiang; to the south contiguous to India, Nepal, Sikkim, Bhutan and Burma, and bounded by Kashmir on the west.

Open grassland, virgin forest, Tibet is also home for some of the world’s tallest mountains, with several of them making the top ten list with Mount Everest: the highest mountain on earth.

With its particular dry climate, Tibet is worth a visit almost all year long. April to November are the milder months.

Nomads, handicraft, wild Yaks, colorful prayer flags or pious pilgrims are part of the scenery and daily traditions.

Let’s explore the roof of the World in an authentic way with us!

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